Germanys final effort to capture Canadas Schroeder 21+10+9 Kleber 20 points

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 Germanys final effort to capture Canadas Schroeder 21+10+9 Kleber 20 points


Schroeder of Germany scored 21 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists, Kleber scored 20 points and 4 rebounds, and the principal score was 12 points. Wilcher of Canada scored 18 points and 5 rebounds, Burch 15 points and 9 rebounds, Ikey and Joseph each scored 9 points, and Joseph had six assists.

Under Schroeders leadership, Germany took the lead by 9-2. Ikey responded by three points, Schroeder hit a free throw, Kleber made up a good basket, and Germany continued to lead. After the two sides scored alternately, Germany continued to lead, Nembard made a breakthrough, and Canada lagged 12-17 at the end of the first quarter.

Morgan and P-Skolbo hit three points to start the second quarter, while Canada chased 18-20. Zipzer made a good layup. Nembard scored two goals in a row to reach 22 legs. After 24 levels and 27 levels, Ikey scored two free throws. Keane scored a breakthrough. Canada led by 31-27. The German team missed the attack and shot continuously, but the Canadian team did not grasp the opportunity and only got two points through the free throw. They led by 33-27. Kleber hit three points and Schroeder made a good breakthrough. They led the team to finish the second quarter with a 9-0 counter-attack. Germany led by 36-33 points.

Shortly after the beginning of the third quarter, Burch scored three points, Ikey hit three points, and Canada regained the lead by 42-36. After the German team suspended, Kleber returned three points, Burch dunked well, Wilcher also hit two points, with Canada leading 11 points 52-41 with 4:45 seconds remaining in this section. Schroeder hit three points to stop bleeding, Kleber took two empty catches and Germany chased 51-56. Joseph missed the shooting, and the principal and Kleber hit all five penalties. The two teams shook hands 56 times at the end of the three quarters.

Wagtman opened the fourth quarter four times apart and Akpina hit three points. They led the team to a 7-0 attack wave and Germany took the lead. Burch scored 4 points and the team was close to 5 points in a row. Bazel scored one of two penalties, Wilcher hit three points and Canada tied 64. Schroeder stepped up his personal offense, scoring four points with a combined penalty. He also assisted Akpina to hit three points. With 1 minute and 20 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Germany led 78-71. Joseph and Wilcher missed three points after the suspension of the Canadian team, and the Canadian team lost the opportunity to chase points. Wilcher won 82-76 with four points in a row. German teams starting line-up: Schroeder, Zipzer, Akpina, Kleber, Tess Canada teams starting line-up: Joseph, Wilcher, Pangs, Iki, Burch. Source: Netease Sports Author: Xiaoliu Responsible Editor: Yang Jiankun_NS4215

Wagtman opened the fourth quarter four times apart and Akpina hit three points. They led the team to a 7-0 attack wave and Germany took the lead. Burch scored 4 points and the team was close to 5 points in a row. Bazel scored one of two penalties, Wilcher hit three points and Canada tied 64. Schroeder stepped up his personal offense, scoring four points with a combined penalty. He also assisted Akpina to hit three points. With 1 minute and 20 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Germany led 78-71. Joseph and Wilcher missed three points after the suspension of the Canadian team, and the Canadian team lost the opportunity to chase points. Wilcher won 82-76 with four points in a row.

Germanys starting line-up: Schroeder, Zipzer, Akpina, Kleber, Tess

Canadas starting line-up: Joseph, Wilcher, Pangs, Ikey, Burch